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A commemorative medal celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henry Ford is being offered for sale for $9.95 each by the Early Ford V-8 Foundation. Continue reading
The 75th anniversary for the Coin Club of Greater New Bedford, Mass. As the recording secretary of the club, I have been a member for one-third of its existence. Thanks to the determination of the prior membership, we have retained the notes of some of the earliest meetings of the club in 1938. Continue reading
I found Larry Shepherd’s recent Viewpoint regarding the future of the American Numismatic Association to be insightful. His assessment of the demographic challenges facing the ANA could not be more timely. Continue reading
Numismatic Ambassador Bernard “Barny” Loebe of Houston, Texas, died May 27. Continue reading
On Sept. 15, 1963, four little girls lost their lives when a bomb went off during Sunday morning services at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala. Fifty years later a Congressional gold medal will commemorate the lives of Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley, who were among the worshipers in the predominately black congregation. Continue reading
The Raleigh Coin Club (Raleigh, N.C.) will be hosting its annual three-day Coin, Currency and Stamp Show at the NC State Fairgrounds once again. Continue reading
What is the difference between a commercial uncirculated coin and a slider? Continue reading
After reading R.W. Barker’s letter to the editor and Bruce Remick’s “Viewpoint” in the April 30 issue, it got me thinking about the U.S. Mint’s cent production. Continue reading
In response to the question in Mr. Fazzari’s May 28 column from Numismatic News, I wanted to let you know that the coin you came across is part of a popular magic trick, called a “Scotch and Soda.” Continue reading